Meet the faces behind GamePoint
- June 15, 2017
- Posted by: GamePoint
- Category: About Us
Who are the faces behind GamePoint Athletics? We’re a husband and wife team, who dream of offering local families the same great service and opportunities we would wish for our own children.
Meet Tim Gardiner, Founder & Co-Owner
It has been a dream come true for Tim to start an athletic youth company. The dream became a realization when the idea of partnering with his wife, co-owner Elisabeth, became a reality. Tim is a licensed professional Health and Physical Education Specialist. He received his licensure from George Mason University and has been working with youth of all ages in many capacities for over 20 years. He has been the director of sports camps and even played college basketball for three years. Naturally, it makes sense that Tim is the point person for all programming at GamePoint Athletics. Tim is passionate about his Christian faith and how that influences everything he does. He loves being outdoors, staying active, but most of all spending time with his wife and two young girls (Aimee and Sophia)!
Meet Elisabeth Gardiner, Tim’s wife and Co-Owner
Elisabeth met Tim during her time on staff at McLean Bible Church, where they both served in the children’s ministry together for over 10 years. Elisabeth has extensive experience directing large-scale children’s programs, camps, and events, and loves using this expertise to support her husband in his gifts and calling. In addition, Tim and Elisabeth have hoped to offer a homeschool experience to their own children since they first learned they were becoming parents in 2013. When they realized that homeschool families often struggle to offer their children a consistent, challenging experience with P.E., GamePoint Athletics was born. Elisabeth is passionate about seeing kids grow into their full God-given potential in a healthy, character and confidence building environment. She loves everyday adventures with her young daughters, and is personally an avid lover of books and the performing arts.